SunClass Airlines is the new name on Scandinavia to Split routes

SunClass Airlines (DK/VKG) is the new name of Danish air carrier Thomas Cook Airlines Scandinavia (DK/VKG). Thomas Cook Airlines Scandinavia continued with all flight operations, one day after the parent company Thomas Cook Airlines (MT/TCX) went bankrupt one month ago. The new owner of the company has changed its name into SunClass Airlines, but will keep the yellow heart of Thomas Cook in its brand logo. 

Compared to this year’s flight operations, a new route to Croatia was announced for the summer 2020 timetable. The new Copenhagen – Split route will be operated once a week on Fridays, from May 29th until Septemer 25th, 2020. SunClass Airlines will also continue with flight operations on current Thomas Cook Scandinavian routes. Göteborg – Split will be operated once a week, on Fridays, and Helsinki – Split once a week, on Wednesdays. Air tickets are offered for sale at tour agencies: SpiesTjäreborg i Ving.

All routes will be operated by Airbus A321s. Currently they have 8 Airbus A321s and 4 Airbus A330s in the fleet.